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In Loving Memory of Aaron

Aaron Michael McPherson
June 24, 1994~June 24, 1994

My daughter was only 16 when she found out she was going to have a baby. Her father and I were less than thrilled when we found out, but after a while we got used to it. Miranda and I were excited and looking forward to the baby. I started buying things and getting ready.

She had a very easy pregnancy except for getting sick a lot. At twelve weeks we heard the heartbeat. At eighteen weeks she had an ultrasound and we found out she was having a boy. Then at 22 weeks she started spotting and not feeling good. She went to the doctor and he told her it was probably a bladder infection and gave her some medicine. She was told to take it easy and wait to see if anything else happened.

Five days later she started cramping and having some heavy bleeding. She was scared and didn't know what to do. She let it go on most of the afternoon before her boyfriend took her to the hospital. At that time she was told she was in labor. She had lost so much blood that they told her the baby wouldn't survive when it was born. The placenta pulled away from the uterus so they couldn't stop labor. She went through four hours of labor when her baby boy was born. That was so hard trying to help her knowing she was losing her son and at the same time I lost my grandson. We got to hold him for a while and they took pictures of him. He was so precious looking. He was 12 inches long and weighed one pound four ounces. They took footprints of him and gave us the cap he was wearing. It was hard to let him go. The doctors classified him as being stillborn but he was alive when he was born. His heartbeat was only ten beats per minute. He only lived for about 10 minutes. My daughter and her boyfriend didn't want to name the baby, so I did. It was one of the names she had picked out before she knew she was losing him.
His name is Aaron Michael.

He now lives in heaven with his Aunt Angela, my daughter who I lost to cancer in 1990. She always loved babies and since she will never have them here on earth, Aaron is her baby in Heaven. We love and miss both of them very much.

You can meet Aaron's Aunt Angela by clicking the link below
Angela's Page

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